World's First Leucistic Boa?

Discussion in 'Boas' started by ssscales, Dec 7, 2006.

  1. Eurian

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    email me for some proof
     
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  5. ssscales

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    That still doesn't prove anything...how about an update?

    I'm sure sooner or later their will be a request for $$$ or a money order from a friend in Africa...LOL
     
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  7. dumerillis_1986

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    lol
     
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  9. Eurian

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    what is a prove to you ssscales? well I e-mailed to you some pics that arent on the internet, yet, please do not post it any of it
     
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  11. garybingham

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    i was told on another forum 2 were born from the same litter but 1 was stillorn and they are super motly snows i think the site the info was on is down at the mo but wll post a link as soon as its up again
     
  12. ssscales

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    Eurian, all those pics have been all over the forums since this first came to light back in November/December. No proof is needed, if you say they are your pics, we believe you. Just keep sending more and recent ones as we all would love to see how this snake is doing.
     
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  14. ssscales

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    That's a Super Motley Jeremy Stone produced this year, it's not the same as the Lucy Boa being referred to on this page.

    http://www.boaconstrictor.com/index.php?news=yes
    Scroll down in the journal and you'll get more info on that breeding. Magnificent snake and Super Motleys are one of the most exciting morphs in the Boa world, but this Lucy is completely different and very interesting.
     
  15. PitsNherps

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    I think it might be wild caught or something bred alot of times to get that baby.
    Nobdy no knoes though
     
  16. Ginkotsu

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    i mean...........
    i don't know where u guys are getting ur info, but to my eye that definitely looks like a black-eyed lucy ball python.
    look at the head! there's three classes of snakes, right? pythons, boas, and venomous? pythons heads tend to have thinner necks behind them, and their heads are more...angular, i think would be the word. boas tend to have rounder or more strangely shaped heads.
     
  17. willythegame16

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    im pretty sure colubrids dont fit into the pythons boas or venemous!
     
  18. dumerillis_1986

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    Pit where you drunk when you posted that message LOL?
     
  19. dumerillis_1986

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    lol are you crazy? that is not a ball python
     

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